Eagles QB Michael Vick completed his first full practice since suffering a rib cartilage injury in Week Four and says he "feels great."
Vick has been named the starter for Philly's Week Nine game vs. the Colts, replacing Kevin Kolb in the lineup. The QB threw for 799 yards, six touchdowns and no interceptions in two-and-a-half games before being hurt, while also rushing for 187 yards and a touchdown.
WR DeSean Jackson (concussion) will be a game-time decision. CB Ellis Hobbs has lost his starting job to CB Dimitri Patterson after Hobbs was torched by Titans WR Kenny Britt in Week Seven.
The way we see it
All signs point to Vick being back at 100 percent when he returns to the Eagles lineup next Sunday. He will be watched closely in practice all week, but should be good to go vs. Indy.
Vick was performing at a high level before his injury, but it is unknown if he will be tentative to run after suffering the painful rib injury a month ago. He is still a solid fantasy option. Keep an eye on Jackson throughout the week. Against the Colts, Jackson could have a big game if he's healthy. Jeremy Maclin's value stays high, and even higher if Jackson can't go.